Creative perks can make a company a fun place to work, but this past year, many of the nation’s top employers swapped the fully stocked fridges and the in-office fraps with mental health days and subscriptions to wellness apps.
Grocery Stipends, Mental Health Hours, and Pet Paternity Leave: The Top Pandemic Perks Companies Are Offering Now
One easy way to determine what perks are best suited to your team's needs in the current climate is to ask your employees. That could yield unexpected results: With pet adoptions on the rise, some companies have opted to pay adoption fees or grant "pet paternity leave." Others have paid for Netflix subscriptions, matched employee donations to racial-justice organizations or Covid-related charities, or even given out stock options.